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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1917)
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KEEP WHICH ON
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GERMAN IN HANDS OF
Uon't worry because most hats have
cheapened quality on account of
high cost of raw materials.
One hat has maintained its superior quality for
45 years and always wilt.
TheLanpher Hat $350
Chemicals and letter Btt From Ger
many via. Japan, Found Among
KffocU of Fred MuUer Dur
ing itricf Stay In Itcnd.
(From Monday's Dally.)
On Information furnished from
tho Deschutes county sheriffs office,
Frod Muller, formerly of Burns, who
passed through here Saturday night
on his way to Portland, Is being
shadowed In that city by two secret
service men, on suspicion of being
connected with German bomb plot
activities. Information to this ef
fect was brought to Dcnd this morn
ing by Conductor P. J. Gallagher,
of tho Oregon Trunk, who was de
tailed by Sheriff Roberts to watch
Muller on tho trip to Portland Sat
urday night. Gallagher returned to
Bend this morning and said that ho
bad wired ahead on the down trip,
and that two detectives had met the
train In Portland and wero shadowing
Muller in an endeavor to get more
concluslvo ovldcnco beforo placing
him under arrest.
Sheriff Roberta was warned before
Muller's arrival here, that it would
bo well to watch tho German, and
from tho time that Muller camo Into
Band, about 6 o'clock, until his do-;
For Sale by A. L. FRENCH, Gent's Furniihintf
parturo at 9, ho was constantly un
der survclllanco by cither Mr. Rob
erts or Deputy Earl Houston.
During Muller's stay hero his bag
gage was searched, a number of
chemicals being found, some of
which, if properly combined, might
be dangerous as explosives Mr. Rob
erts was informed by local pharma
cists. Mauriatlc acid, chlorate of
potassium, and phosphate of mag
nesia, wero among tho substances
found concealed in Muller's blankets.
A German book and a letter of re
cent date sent from Germany by way
of Japan wero also noted. Tho ar
ticles wero replaced exactly as tuoy
had been found, to avoid arousing
Muller's suspicions. If he carried
any weapons, or perfected munitions
of any kind, they wero hidden about
his person, as a search of his effects
failed to 'reveal them.
According to tho information re
ceived from Harney county, Muller
was always well equipped, with plen
ty of money at his disposal, but .van
never known to have any occupation.
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NAMES DF MANY
I,1ST OK APPLICANTS 8KNT IX TO
TIO.V KOU ORGANIZATION OK
I.OIK3K TO KOM.OW.
(From Monday's Dally.)
Resident Klks gathered Saturday
night at the Pilot llutto Inn to ballot
on tho names of 102 applicants for
membership In tho lodge which In to
bo organised here. Tho meeting wan
tho first official gathering authorlied ,
by tho grand officers of the order,
following tho petition fur a charter
filed by tho Bond mombors. Aa n
part of tho business of tho meeting,
Vernon A. Forbes was elected tem
porary chairman and Ralph Polndox
tor temporary secretary.
Tho names of successful applicants
are being sent In to national head
quarters at Now Orleans, from thoro
to bo sent to Tho Dalles, aa tho near
est lodgo to Bend. Tho receipt of tho
dispensation, and organisation of tho
Bend lodge will follow.
YOU'RE bcjjinninjj to notice a lot more Information
about tobacco, since W-U GUT ChowJnjt tfoc Into
full swmjj. People don't hanker after shr.o any more,
1 hey want tobacco satisfaction td excess wcctenlnd
n t cover up what's not there. Tho food tobacco tasto
of W-IJ is winning friends pretty much wherever you
l!o nowdays-jtist rich, sappy leaf shrtJJtd n& stasontd
mth a bit of salt to brintf out the tine tobacco flavor.
M.Js ; WETHAN-MUTON COMrANT, 1107 &,!.;, Nw Yk at
LEGUMES BUILD SOIL
Clour Rcpir-dcd it Hotter ("nip Tliun
Alfalfa Adtlro On I'limlng,
(From Monday's Dally.)
Alfalfa and clover represent tho
greatest asset to Contrul Oregon
furuilug. Not only docs It offer a
food of exceptional value, but on out
sundy soils helps to add tho much
lacked humus, and should bo used
In rarefully planned rotations on ev
ery farm Mr J li Gllmon. council
m m ex
If JniFTf A Tire for
lisrWf N"d J
If 170 ff '""
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I iff till 1Jat
1 If '
fli Nil '
oerience Is the
Test of Tires
Every tire claims to be the lowcst-cost-pcr-milc
' Price ond
If you knew the experience of any considerable
number of other tire users,
that would help you decide which tire makes
good on the claim.
We don't know about other makes of tires, but wc
do know '
that motorists who have used United States Tires
continue to use them;
that more and -more motorists who used other
makes of tires are turning to United States Tires.
These two facts are proved by the amazing sales
increases of United States Tires
sales increases that are vastly greater than even
the greater natural increase in the number of automo
biles this year over last
which shows where tire service is.
United States Tires
Are Good Tires
nil THnar siiii
IS Sal J il
miVV 1l 1 1 1 1
member from Powell llutto, repre
senting his nolghburhnod In the
County Agricultural Council, made
tho county agent a written statement
which Mr. lllauchard thought would
bo of Interest to all, Mr. (Ilbson Is
a successful farmer and an excellent
Irrigator. Tho following are his own
"In crop rotation, I find that clo
ver makes a better soil builder than
alfalfa. II Is easier to plow and the
roots rot tho first season, which nf
tulfa does not do. I think that grain
on freshly broken clover or alfalfa,
Is better than Potatoes tho first venr.
Then follow with spuds and the third
year sow grain and then rrd back
to alfalfa. I find that If nlfnlfn lim
a small amount of orchard grass or
timothy seeded with It. It plow up
better than when down alone. You
nil know that this Mill Is a wry loos
nature, and If thern Is no other grass
sown with It. It breaks up loos, and
when harrowing It, the roots come
OUt on tot). Whertt tllr 111 irraaa
sown with It, It forms a sod and th I
UP THE HOUSE
harrow will not pull tho roots out on
top so very much, consequently they
will rot soonor."
R. A. III.ANCHAKI).
wii.Ij hi: i:x,.mini:i.
Jay Kalimau has received uotlcii
that he will soon bo called to Kugeuo
to take an examination for tho po
sition of major In the army. Mr. Snl
iiiiin served in the Philippines, folL
lowing the Hpnnlsh-Amerlaau war.
If he pusses the examination he ex
pects to go at oiico to tho offlrers'
t.'ulnlng ramp at Hon Francisco.
Sea J. Ryan & Co., for farm land!
For sign painting soo Kdwardi.
ItoofltiK of nil kinds. Itvpnlrlnif
J. A. MacCLOSKEY
CornlcoM und SkyliKhta.
I WK'I.Ii CI.ICAN vouit i.ini:.v,
j CI.OTIIKH, KIMC DRKKKHM, Ktc.
"PUT YOUIt I)UI)H IN OUIt HUI)H"
Bend Steam Laundry.
' AND I)ltY CIJ2AMNO
All kinds of
rock or dirt
STHEKT WORK. ETC.
Lr J1I tt
J. A. LASTUS OITICE
No Want Too Dig
No Want Too Small
That BAUER'S GROCERY
Can't Till for You
And deliver promptly nnd in the tast condition. Our
Krorcrlt'H, produce, fruit arc nhvnys fresh. Our sanltnr
refrlifurutor counter keep our dairy poilurts cool nnd
fresh. Rest prices lit canned Kods of the host brands.
Wall Street. Near Ohio
Phone Red 161
VnUtd Stain Tula
and Tirt Acemorln
llavt All tht Stirling
Worth and Wtar that
Hake United States
JAY II. DOIini.V. President
HENRY h. CORI1BTT, Vice Pres.
J. 0. AIN8WORTH, Vlco Proa.
13. T. ROY, Treasurer
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Wool Warehouse Co.
Advances Made on Wool,
WjB BUY NO WOOL
Jay II. Dobbin Henry h. Corhott North Portlanri
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